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PHOTO GALLERY: Hundreds of Lebanese protest proposed tax increase in Beirut


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Protesters wave Lebanese national flags during a demonstration against proposed tax increase, in front of the government palace in Beirut, Lebanon March 19, 2017 Reuters
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A Lebanese anti-government demonstrator holds a sign with a photo of the Lebanese government in Arabic that reads "Thieves of Lebanon," as she shouts slogans during a protest against newly approved taxes in downtown Beirut, Lebanon, Sunday, March 19, 2017 AP
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Lebanese anti-government protesters wear masks during a protest against new taxes in downtown Beirut, Lebanon, Sunday, March 19, 2017 AP
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A man dressed up in a Lebanese national flag attends a demonstration against proposed tax increase, in front of the government palace in Beirut, Lebanon March 19, 2017 Reuters
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Protesters wave Lebanese national flags during a demonstration against proposed tax increase, in front of the government palace in Beirut, Lebanon March 19, 2017 Reuters
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Lebanese anti-government protesters shout slogans during a protest against new taxes in downtown Beirut in downtown Beirut, Lebanon, Sunday, March 19, 2017 AP
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Protesters wave Lebanese national flags during a demonstration against proposed tax increase, in front of the government palace in Beirut, Lebanon March 19, 2017 Reuters
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Protesters wave Lebanese national flags during a demonstration against proposed tax increase, in front of the government palace in Beirut, Lebanon March 19, 2017 Reuters
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Lebanese anti-government protesters shout slogans and wave national flags during a protest against new taxes as Lebanese security block a road that leads to the parliament building in downtown Beirut, Lebanon, Sunday, March 19, 2017 AP
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Lebanese anti-government protesters shout slogans during a protest against newly approved taxes as they wave Lebanese flags, in downtown Beirut, Lebanon, Sunday, March 19, 2017 AP
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Hundreds of people protested in central Beirut on Sunday against proposed tax rises that the Lebanese parliament is considering to fund a new wage increase for public employees

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